Here's a view of the Sun, from the point of view of a fleet of Sun-observing spacecraft - SOHO, TRACE, and RHESSI. The time scales of the data samples in this visualization range from 6 hours to as short as 12 seconds and the display rate varies throughout the movie. The region and event of interest is the solar flare over solar active region AR9906 on April 21, 2002. In this visualization, black corresponds to no (current) instrument coverage (there used to be a LASCO C1 camera inside the ring of LASCO C2, but that instrument didn't recover after SOHO was temporarily 'lost' in 1998). Note: This movie starts with a wide-angle view of the Sun and presents different datasets from SOHO, TRACE and RHESSI centered on a flare and CME. Animator: Tom Bridgman (GST). Platforms/Sensors/Data Sets: RHESSI/X-ray Imaging Spectrometer, SOHO/Large Angle Spectrometric COronagraph (LASCO)/C2, SOHO/Large Angle Spectrometric COronagraph (LASCO)/C3, SOHO/Extreme-UV Imaging Telescope (EIT)/195 Angstroms, SOHO/Michelson Doppler Interferometer (MDI)/Continuum, TRACE/195 Angstroms.